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INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY MONITOR
 
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The International Boundary Monitor is a monthly digest of international boundary and sovereignty developments. It is published after the 15th of each month, which is the cutoff date for information in that issue, and averages about 3,800 words in length. The Monitor includes News Briefs of one or two paragraphs that report recent events and often include a paragraph of commentary (similar to the Boundary Bits). At the end of each Monitor is a longer analytic Focus piece, which is about 900 words long. Recent Focus pieces include "India's Boundary Disputes with China, Nepal, and Pakistan" and "American Defense Commitments and Asian Island Disputes." For an example of the topics covered, see the Table of Contents from a recent issue.

Maps are integrated into the text. Abbreviated citations of sources are included with each News Brief; more extensive footnotes accompany the Focus articles. The Monitor is mailed via first class or air mail post to subscribers at an annual cost of US $400. For an additional sum, the Monitor can be faxed or e-mailed. Back issues (see Index) are available for $40 per issue (To Order).